InList Has Got the A-List

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I believed I was going to be out of there in 6 months and the worldwide neighborhood would consider more, says Michael. But how do you stroll away? Capponi had barely set foot in Jacmel just before he recognized what his next move would be. The town, with a population of about 60,000, has made some of Haiti’s ideal-known painters, writers and poets. Its distinctive French colonial architecture and wealthy cultural scene give it an Outdated Planet charm that helps make it stand out from the rest of the country. In reality, Jacmel’s urban and architectural design is credited with having influenced New Orleans’ French Quarter. This shows how generous Capponi is. He doesn’t only go there to travel but to help people as well.

How does a high-end person decide where they’re going to go out when they’re traveling? Nowadays, many upscale people are choosing to use InList, an app that provides them with information about some of the best hotspots around the world. If something looks good—and most likely it will—then they can make reservations through the app. The InList clubs are carefully curated, with the insider scoop on what clubs will be the hottest in town.

InList Founder Michael Capponi (Michael Capponi Local 10) knows what he’s doing—as one of the reigning experts in Miami nightlife, he has kept meticulous records of his VIP clientele. A recent article chronicled how his nightlife platform has intersected with technology, specifically with software expert Gideon Kimbrell. By using his exclusive list and determining what his clients would want in an app, Capponi bounced his ideas off of Kimbrell. Kimbrell listened, and built InList to bestow Capponi’s clients—and others—with the kind of luxury experience that they were seeking.